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Equal parts producer, DJ, podcaster, and Grammy-nominated songwriter Will Clarke's dynamic persona and powerful sound have made him instantly recognizable. Starting with a residency in Ibiza at the age of just 17 and swelling to a crescendo, Will Clarke’s trajectory has felt stratospheric, amassing more than 100M streams globally and appearances at the world’s largest festivals.

Breakout hits like "Hallelujah" and "U Take Me Higher" on his imprint All We Have Is Now solidified his place in dance music, leading to releases on labels like Trick, Drumcode, Filth on Acid, Polydor, and We are the Brave. His remix portfolio includes reimaginings of techno favorites Adam Beyer and Dubfire, as well as dance radio mainstays like Illenium, Dom Dolla, Duke Dumont, Rufus Du Sol and more.

Born and raised in Bristol, UK, amidst a vibrant tapestry of 90’s house, techno, trip-hop, and electronica, Will Clarke's journey into music began at an early age. Influenced by his UK upbringing as well as his adopted home of Detroit, Will Clarke has developed a sound that stretches well past genre lines. Most recently, in partnering with Armada Music, Will is determined to share his expansive musical landscape with a message: the unifying force of a global community through music.

Will Clarke's creed has resonated on a global scale, from appearances at some of the world’s top venues including Printworks, Warehouse Project, Space, and Red Rocks; Ibiza’s premiere clubs including DC10, Amnesia, and Ushuaia; and international festivals such as Coachella, Sonar, Movement, ADE, and EDC. His global touring presence includes performances in Bogota, Santiago, Berlin, Amsterdam, India, Guadalajara, Tulum, Australia, and New Zealand.

Will Clarke also hosts and produces weekly episodes of The Will Clarke Podcast. With over 200 Episodes with artists such as, Carl Cox, Moby, Patrick Topping, A Track, Hannah Laing, Sarah Story, Chris Lake and many more.



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